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Vespa velutina

 
National Institutes of Health

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2019
2019
Honey bees are essential to the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems. However, despite no single factor being blamed for losses… Expand
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2018
2018
The population dynamics of annual social hymenoptera such as vespids depend largely on the fertility of the foundresses, which… Expand
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2017
2017
ABSTRACT In colonial organisms, alarm pheromones can provide a key fitness advantage by enhancing colony defence and warning of… Expand
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2017
2017
The Asian hornet, Vespa velutina, is an invasive, globally-distributed predator of European honey bees and other insects. To… Expand
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2017
2017
The yellow-legged or Asian hornet (Vespa velutina) is native to South-East Asia, and is a voracious predator of pollinating… Expand
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2017
2017
The yellow-legged or Asian hornet (Vespa velutina colour form nigrithorax) was introduced into France from China over a decade… Expand
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2015
Highly Cited
2015
Abstract The yellow-legged hornet, Vespa velutina, was accidentally introduced from Southeast Asia and then invaded France and… Expand
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2014
2014
Since the beginning of the last century, the number of biological invasions has continuously increased worldwide. Due to their… Expand
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2014
2014
We investigated the prey-predator interactions between the European honeybee, Apis mellifera, and the invasive yellow-legged… Expand
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2006
Highly Cited
2006
The vespine wasps, Vespa velutina, specialise in hawking honeybee foragers returning to their nests. We studied their behaviour… Expand
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